6 edition of Caribbean political economy at the crossroads found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Don D. Marshall.|
|Series||International political economy series|
|LC Classifications||HC155.5 .M37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||98005592|
ISBN: (pbk) • e-ISBN (ebk)). About this book: This book is about ideology in the contemporary world. Ideology serves as the foundation that makes it possible for a political community to develop principles through which it can organize itself by reference to a core baseline against which to understand the world around. Professor Barriteau holds an MPA in Public Sector Financial Management from New York University (), and a PhD in Political Science from Howard University, She has published 37 book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles, including her first book, The Political Economy of Gender in the Twentieth Century Caribbean (Palgrave, ).
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There are a variety of crisis symptoms confronting the Commonwealth Caribbean as the 21st century dawns. Global changes are quickly rendering the region's traditional economic platform obsolete. This book suggests however that the expanding NAFTA or the hemispheric turn towards bloc formation can.
This book suggests however that the expanding NAFTA or the hemispheric turn towards bloc formation can offer a way out for the Caribbean. Politics must be brought back into the regionalisation process, for each island government is witnessing the narrowing of the range of its state power by powerful TNCs, international financial institutions.
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Get this from a library. Caribbean political economy at the crossroads: NAFTA and regional developmentalism. [Don D Marshall] -- There are a variety of crisis symptoms confronting the Commonwealth Caribbean as the 21st century dawns.
Global changes are quickly rendering the region's traditional economic platform obsolete. Caribbean Political Economy at the Crossroads: NAFTA and There are a variety of crisis symptoms confronting the Commonwealth Caribbean as the 21st century dawns.
Global changes are quickly rendering the region's traditional economic platform : Studies of the global political economy have rarely engaged with development in the Caribbean, the thought of its indigenous intellectuals, or the non-sovereign territories of the region.
Matthew Bishop compares the development of the independent English-speaking islands of St Lucia and St Vincent and their non-sovereign French neighbours Author: M.
Bishop. CFP Deadline: 30 September In their book Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean (University of the West Indies Press) Fred Reno and Holger Henke argued – along with various contributors – that political culture in the Caribbean was circumscribed by “a great complexity of social relations and the influence of such variables as race, ethnicity, migration and multi.
From the arrival of the first Europeans in the region until the s, plantations - building their fortunes on sugar, and to a lesser extent on cotton, indigo, tobacco, coffee, and bananas - brought unprecedented wealth to Old World owners, effected a fundamental shift in the landscape and economy of the Caribbean and the Atlantic world, saw the enslavement of first indigenous Cited by: The British West Indies Economy and.
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The Caribbean was Europe's first colony, its landscapes transformed to produce tropical staples and its decimated aboriginal populace replaced with African slaves. As European power has waned in the Caribbean, it has been replaced by the geopolitical domination of the United : Bonham C.
Richardson. Democracy and Governance in the Eastern and wider Caribbean. Hobbies and pet subjects: Cricket; Calypso/soca/kaiso music and its development; Spirituality.
Publications: Refereed Scholarly Output Single Author Book: Caribbean Political Economy at the Crossroads: NAFTA and Regional Developmentalism MacMillan Publishing & St. Martin’s Press, Cite this chapter as: Marshall D.D.
() Introduction. In: Caribbean Political Economy at the Crossroads. International Political Economy Series. Empires Crossroads is just that, a work of history that places the Caribbean at the centre of hundreds of years of exploration, trade and migration.
Gibson rejects the traditional Eurocentric approach of placing the Caribbean to the periphery of world history, and approaching it from the outside, looking in/5. Feminism in the Caribbean refers to the collection of movements and ideologies aimed at defining, establishing, and defending a state of equal political, economic, cultural, and social rights for women in the Caribbean.
Don D. Marshall acquired a Ph.D. in International Political Economy from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the U.K. in At present, he is Director of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES), The University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus, tion: Director.
The politics of the Caribbean are diverse for such a relatively small area. These systems can be related to their colonial history. The major political system is democracy, with many different party systems within many of the countries.
Party systems are a. Caribbean political economy at the crossroads: NAFTA and regional developmentalism more. Don Marshall. Marshall, Don. URL: Contribution of > BOOK. Regional Fine or Flavour Cocoa–Examining some traits of economic interest more.
Frances Bekele. Bekele, Frances L and Bidaisee, Gillian G and Bhola, Junior. She has published thirty-seven book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles, including her first book, The Political Economy of Gender in the Twentieth Century Caribbean (Palgrave, ). Professor Barriteau has been awarded several academic scholarships and awards from universities and organizations.
The Caribbean Community – Beyond Survival. Edited by Kenneth O. Hall. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, This publication which addresses the critical issues facing the Member States of CARICOM, is a landmark compilation by Professor Kenneth O.
Hall along with other contributors from around the Caribbean. For the men of the Enlightenment, a defense of slavery reflected a fear that the sugar economy might collapse. As early assugar in the Caribbean was worth £4 billion in today’s money and Author: Elizabeth Nunez. Caribbean at the crossroads To the world it may be a row over bananas but to the people of the West Indies it is a crisis that vividly illustrates their dilemma: old colonial master or all Author: Guardian Staff.Marcos Mendes’ Inequality, Democracy and Growth in Brazil: A Country at the Crossroads of Economic Development is an alluring book for understanding Brazilian political economy, the country’s divisive set of persistent economic and social inequalities, and the compounding crisis that rivets the front page.Trinidad, historically located at the crossroads of the Americas, has produced an incomparable national literature, fashioning genres that have informed the .